Sometimes you need a Rack designed precisely for what you haul. Many of our customers find just what they need in the Ladder Pro Rack, a low-profile option for light DIY or recreational loads you want to lay across one side of the bed, leaving the other side open for other tools and materials. Since 1986, we’ve used American steel that’s counted among the most rigid metals, providing reliable support for whatever you’re hauling this week. Our steel pipe construction is built in America and designed to naturally flex without cracking or breaking.
Built to haul ladders, lumber, pvc pipe, kayaks, and canoes for your workday or recreational needs, the Ladder Pro is the perfect light duty option for the everyday or occasional use. The Ladder Pro’s two steel uprights mount to the floor of the bed and to the inside of the bed rails on either side of the truck for a strong and stable hauling system.
We know performance is all in the details, so we’ve designed the Ladder Pro as a one-size-fits-all product for every truck on the market.
- Fully welded one-piece construction creates a singular frame, providing support for supplies and allowing for quick installation and removal.
- Load rated to 250 lb.
- Available in gloss black powder coat finish for style and durability.
- Convenient one-size-fits-all design suited for every truck.
- Provides a 24-inch wide carrying surface.
- Installation hardware included.
Outfit any pickup truck with the Ladder Pro’s one-size-fits-all design.
The Ladder Pro Rack’s load shelf can easily fold down and out of the way, allowing for vertical flexibility in the cargo bed.
The support leg uprights slide in and out of the receiving tube and are easily secured with a durable set screw.
We've built our Racks with hooks for ratchet tie-downs and ropes: the solid steel rope hook is fully welded to each of the steel uprights for ultimate strength in safely securing your load.
For California Customers
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Carbon Black which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.